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Fitting Security into Agile Software Development




List of Authors: Rindell Kalle, Hyrynsalmi Sami, Leppänen Ville

Publisher: IGI Global

Publication year: 2021

Book title *: Research Anthology on Recent Trends, Tools, and Implications of Computer Programming

Number of pages: 20

ISBN: 978-1-79-983016-0

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-3016-0.ch047

URL: https://www.igi-global.com/chapter/fitting-security-into-agile-software-development/261067


Abstract

Security objectives in software development are increasingly convergent
with the business objectives, as requirements for privacy and the cost
of security incidents call for more dependable software products. The
development of secure software is accomplished by augmenting the
software development process with specific security engineering
activities. Security engineering, in contrast to the iterative and
incremental software development processes, is characterized by
sequential life cycle models: the security objectives are thus to be
achieved by conflicting approaches. In this study, to identify the
incompatibilities between the approaches, the security engineering
activities from Microsoft SDL, the ISO Common Criteria and OWASP SAMM
security engineering models are mapped into common agile software
development processes, practices and artifacts.


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